Durrington High School

Welfare

Medication in school

Please note that parents / carers are responsible for keeping medicines up-to-date (prescribed and non-prescribed), by notifying the school of any changes, including opting out and renewal of out-of-date medication. This also includes the Parent / Carer consent for non-prescribed medication for Paracetamol, Ibuprofen and Antihistamine, supplied by the school). Please also be advised that it is the responsibility of the parent / carer to return this medication to the dispensing pharmacy. Please see our Managing Medical Conditions Policy for further information.  For further information, contact the Medical Room on 01903 244957 or email  medical@durring.com

Vaccinations in Schools Programme 2019/20

To date, all the vaccination programmes have been postponed and will be rescheduled as and when safe to do so.

As soon as we have further information parents/carers will be informed.

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